J.Lo’s Honeymoon Heart Necklace Is a Hollywood A-Lister Staple

Photo credit: Pierre Suu - Getty Images

Photo credit: Pierre Suu – Getty Images

It’s turning into quite the summer of love, especially if you’re the new Mr. and Mrs. Affleck. Soon after their surprise Las Vegas wedding two weekends ago, Bennifer embarked affleck-family-paris-honeymoon-photos/” data-ylk=”slk:on their honeymoon in Paris” class=”link “>on their honeymoon in Paris (with their respective kids in tow), where they have been for about a week, on a seemingly never-ending hand-in-hand frolic around the most romantic city in the world.

On Sunday, the pair went to the Louvre and then to the Dior maison, presumably for a little birthday shopping—it was J.Lo’s 53rd anniversaire. For the occasion she wore a red Reformation dress, which she topped off with a mixed clip chain necklace and various medallions, including one oversized heart, by cult jeweler Foundrae.

Photo credit: Pierre Suu - Getty Images

Photo credit: Pierre Suu – Getty Images

If she joined one club last week with her choice of an elegantly simple gold wedding band, she has now joined another, this one led by her new hubby’s circa ’90s ex: Gwyneth Paltrow. (She dated Affleck from 1997 to 2000.) But eagle-eyed watchers of J.Lo’s jewels will know that this wasn’t the first time she wore this Foundrae set. She got it exactly a year ago. It was a 52nd birthday gift from—who else?—Affleck. And it was what she wore to make their rekindled romance Insta-official.

Since it was founded seven years ago by Beth Hutchens and Murat Bugdaycay, Foundrae and its chain link necklaces and the various customizable charms that can be hung from them have become as ubiquitous among the Hollywood A-list as Cartier Love bracelets and those red Kabbalah strings of yore. The talismanic quality of the medallions is surely a draw. Plus, who doesn’t love a jewel that can be imbued with personal meaning, in a pandemic world more than ever? Then there is the allure of the heart motif, which is self-explanatory, but Foundrae’s heart goes above and beyond. “When we talk about love we refer to the 7 types of love, including philia (friendship), eros (romantic), philautia (self), storge (between parents and their children), pragma (responsibility), agape (universal love), and ludus (playful love), Hutchens says.

But maybe it was really Gwyneth all along, de facto queen bee of the fan club. As you may recall, T&C christened her—and her signature Foundrae-laden 18-karat #neckmess—the stealth Google search term of 2021.

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Photo credit: Jacopo Raule – Getty Images

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